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Wednesday, October 13, 2004

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 Expert says Bush was definitely wired

A technical expert who designs and makes such devices for the US military and private industry says Bush's mystery bulge is indeed a transceiver designed to receive electronic signals and transmit them to a hidden earpiece lodged in Bush's ear canal.

"There's no question about it. It's a pretty obvious one -- larger than most because it probably has descrambling capability," said Alex Darbut, technical and business development vice president for Resistance Technology in Arden Hills, Minn.

Darbut speculates that the device the president wears is provided by the Secret Service, noting, "They're not going to have him driving around the countryside on his ranch without being in instant contact with him."

Yesterday the Cheater in Chief issued a flat denial, of course.

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